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The Lords Of The New Church* - Is Nothing Sacred? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Feb 20,  · Lords Of The New Church - A)1,2 ("The Method To Our Madness" Album Vinyl) - Duration: german martinez views.
  2. Buy The Method To Our Madnesss [ Gram Vinyl] [Limited Edition] (LP) by The Lords Of The New Church (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  3. Feb 27,  · 10 videos Play all The Lords Of The New Church - The Lords Of The New Church () I. Zurutuza Dead Or Alive - You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) (Official Video) - .
  4. Feb 20,  · The Lords of the New Church: Is Nothing Sacred? Recorded at Farmyard Studios, England. Mastered at A&M Studios, Los Angeles. "Live For Today" Recorded at .
  5. Jul 22,  · The Lords of the New Church I’ve always been big on cross-pollination. Any artist that can effectively bend genres and break with conventions will automatically grab my attention. The late, great Lords of the New Church did that in spades, infecting both punk and death rock in the process. The Lords were a bona fide.
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  7. The Lords Of The New Church. Album Is Nothing Sacred? Dance With Me Lyrics. Let's dance little stranger Show me secret sins Love can be like bondage Seduce me once again Burning like an angel.
  8. The band came up with a concept album, called Only Lovers Left Alive (released in May ), along with two singles. Bators formed The Lords of the New Church later in with Brian James of The Damned and Dave Tregunna of Sham The Lords became notorious for their live shows.
  9. By sacrificing their mystery and danger, the Lords of the New Church are revealed as nice guys after all. The Killer Lords compilation includes not only remixes of essential album tracks but a hysterically nasty mugging of Madonna's "Like a Virgin," a solid and straight reading of John Fogerty's "Hey Tonight" and ex-Advert Tim Smith's duff but.

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